which best describes food when it reaches the large intestine


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Which best describes food when it reaches the large intestine?

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A. It has been converted to urine.
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B. It has been converted to polysaccharides.
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C. Most of the nutrients have been removed.
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D. It has been broken down into small proteins.

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